Sometimes a main character’s success is contingent on being surrounded by equally successful supporting characters. Sometimes the best character in film history is made all the more unforgettable by amazing supporting characters. It’s not hard to find a movie that […]Read more ›
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VAULT REVIEW: WITNESS
A little less than a year from now, folks everywhere will be all abuzz over Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens. Until fans get a chance to collectively splooge at the return of Harrison Ford as Han Solo, […]Read more ›
Tomorrow, May 23, marks the 30th anniversary of the release of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. 1984 was an absolutely phenomenal year at the movies and Temple of Doom was expected to finish the year at the top […]Read more ›
EXPENDABLES 3 AWESOMENESS
So… this is pretty awesome: That’s lucky-son-of-a-bitch Patrick Hughes in the middle. He’s the director of The Expendables 3, which as has been previously reported, will feature the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger and has added the likes of Wesley Snipes, […]Read more ›
DVD REVIEW: 42
Written and directed by Brian Helgeland, 42 is a biographical sports film about the first african american major league baseball player, Jackie Robinson and the man who believed in him, Dodger’s coach, Branch Rickey. A famous and well known story […]Read more ›
NEW RELEASE REVIEW: PARANOIA
With 21, Robert Luketic created a fun, above-average adaptation of a fantastic book (“Bringing Down the House” by Ben Mezrich – seriously, if you liked the film even a little bit, the book will blow your socks off). This time […]Read more ›
WILLIS OUT OF EXPENDABLES 3… HARRISON FORD IN!
Talk about a roller coaster of emotions. On the one hand, the moment in The Expendables 2 when Arnold, Sly, and Bruce join forces, grab guns, and blow things to shit is so purely awesome that it’s almost too much […]Read more ›
ENDER’S GAME TRAILER HITS
One of the most beloved book series of the science fiction persuasion is the “Ender’s Game” series and the film adaptation hits theaters this fall with a cast that will make you giddy (Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield (Hugo), Hailee Stenfeld […]Read more ›